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Old L.A. - Two women look out over a rural San Fernando Valley from the Mulholland Highway, circa 1930. Courtesy of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Collection, USC Libraries.

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The essential guide to San Fernando Valley restaurants

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The Mulholland Dam holds back the Hollywood Reservoir in 1928, a few years after its construction...

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Ralphs in Granada Hills opened at 17020 Chatsworth Street in November 1959. The store opened with a four-day “International Song-Dance-Food Festival," featuring 250 folk dancers from 27 nations, the Tinkertown Train, Eddie Cletro and his band, and last but not least, Flippo the Clown. An hour-long live TV broadcast went out on the first evening on KHJ-TV. To top it off, there was a preview of the 1960 International Auto Show in the store’s parking lot. It is now home to a Walgreens…

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